Remember that game you used to play as a kid when you drew a head on a piece of paper, folded the paper over passed to your friend, let your friend draw the body, then folded again and yet another friend drew the legs, without knowing what the rest of the body parts look like. Those figures always ended up as very strange and quite funny. I was inspired by that game, but also by the flash cards children use to learn their first words. I want to encourage creativity and playing.
About the designer
Jovanna Mendes de Souza was born in Brazil, and brought up in Sweden. She came to London to study design at the prestigious Central Saint Martins College of Art, graduating with an MA in Graphic and Communication Design. She is inspired by a huge range of influences, including Victorian inventions, layering different styles, and the work of design luminaries like Max Huber and Aubrey Beardsley.